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a ghost or a chorus of guys with a moustache and a funny hat (in addition to the already traditional voices of Darth Vader or the girl of the exorcist), support for the Retina and AirPlay screen, a higher speed in voice processing, the ability to change the effect applied to our voice after recording or mailing these recordings.
The application celebrates its launch with a special price of 79 cents, a real pittance, but the best thing is not that, but its developers have taken advantage of it to give a fantastic news to the users of Camera+, the company’s photographic application that was withdrawn from the App Store indefinitely after its developers hid a function from Apple’s reviewers that allowed them to use the volume buttons as a trigger, something forbidden by the app’s guidelines.
Apparently, Camera+ is again under review by Apple so if all goes well it could soon be back in the app store on the block. The retired version already had features that made it shine with its own light like the possibility of sharing our photos on Twitter, Facebook and Flickr with just one click, but according to the Tap Tap people, this new version will be their biggest update to date and they promise not to let us down.